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Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Distinguished Professor of English at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, has been elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences' 225th class. Read more
The trustees of the Skirball Foundation made a generous grant of $1.5 million to establish an endowment fund in support of the Center for Jewish Studies at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Read more
Graduate Center Art Gallery Presents Stephen Antonakos: Five Decades of Drawings Read more
A discussion on the new Michael Frayn play Democracy, featuring Read more
Presented by the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center
Monday, November 22, 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Avenue
Free, suggested donation of $10 guarantees a seat.
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Former President of the Federal Republic of Brazil and world-renowned sociologist and scholar, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, will receive an honorary doctorate from the City University of New York's Graduate Center at a ceremony to be held Friday, October 29. Cardoso will also deliver a lecture at the presentation ceremony and reception, which begins at 6 p.m. The Graduate Center is located at 365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street). A bio of Mr. Cardoso follows. Read more
From December 2 to January 15 the Art Gallery of the Graduate Center will present a rare--perhaps unique--window on the Spain of Queen Isabel II and the second half of the nineteenth century. Titled "Sun and Stone: Nineteenth-Century Photography in Spain," the exhibition from the collection of Jerald R. Green will feature over 75 prints from more than a dozen photographers, whose subject matter encompasses Spain's rich and varied architectural heritage. Read more
A groundbreaking new study has found that charitable giving levels among African-American, Asian-American and Latino donors interviewed in the New York metropolitan region were higher, with an overall average (median) of $5,000, than the national averages for households that give but do not volunteer ($1,620) as well as for households that practice both ($2,295)1. In addition, while there were differences in giving across ethnic lines, the most substantial differences were between older and younger generations -- those born before and after the enactment of the Civil Rights legislation and immigration reforms in the mid-1960s. The study was conducted by the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York in partnership with the Coalition for New Philanthropy, an initiative to advance philanthropy in communities of color.